Delaware's Supreme Court sent a $17 million judgement against CompoSecure LLC back to Chancery Court. The high-end metal credit card provider allegedly tried to evade contract obligations with a marketing firm. In 2016, CompoSecure was accused of rejecting a sales agreement with CardUX that had been established in 2015. The agreement stated that CardUX was entitled to 15 percent of CompoSecure's earnings as long as CardUX had been actively involved in orders from approved prospects. It appeared as though CompoSecure had no objections with the agreement until a huge deal with Amazon arose.

In 2017, Vice Chancellor J. Travis Laster ruled against CompoSecure. With the judgement moving to Chancery Court, justices have said that sending the case back "imposed no specific time period for the Court of Chancery to act, recognizing that this issue could potentially change the outcome…"

Ballard Spahr attorneys David Margules, Elizabeth Sloan, Jessica Watt, and Burt Rublin are representing CardUX LLC.

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